This year we have 94 pupils currently on role, organised into four small classes. We offer all our children a personalised approach to learning, nurturing them to achieve the best that they can.
The children are taught in four mixed-aged classes, with a planned admission number of 15 new children each academic year.
Each class has their own dedicated Blog Page - see their individual Class pages. These are updated regularly and give you a real flavour of how wonderful Peover Superior really is.
Reception (Miss Reeks)
There are 14 children in Reception. Miss Reeks ensures the children in Reception (EYFS) receive a flying start during the early years of their school journey. Working alongside the EYFS teaching assistant, Mrs Wootton, enables a truly nurturing and bespoke curriculum.
Class 1 KEY STAGE 1 - Year 1 and Year 2 (Miss Crumbleholme)
There are 29 children in Class 1. Miss Crumbleholme and our teaching assistant, Mrs Nightingale, build on the solid foundations set in the early years, whilst preparing our children for the transition into Key Stage 2.
Class 2 LOWER KEY STAGE 2- Year 3 and Year 4 (Mrs Ellis-Stansfield)
There are currently 28 children in Class 2. Mrs Ellis-Stansfield supports children in making the transition into Key Stage 2 and helps them gain the independence required in their future education. As our school Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator, Mrs Ellis-Stansfield offers a very personalised approach to teaching and learning; providing a bespoke programme of study for our children with SEND, whilst ensuring challenge and depth of learning for our most able children. Miss Moores, our Teaching Assistant works across school in all four of the classes.
Class 3 - Year 5 and Year 6 (Miss Woodward)
By the time our children reach Class 3, they have become independent and resilient learners and enjoy the challenges of working with their peers. With 22 children in Class 3, Miss Woodward ensures the children in our oldest class leave Peover Superior as confident and self-assured individuals, well prepared for the next stage of their education. .